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SURRY COMMUNITY.iECaLEGE 
DOBSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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STATEMENT OF P* 



instructions which wit 



missions and within the satutory a. 
each stLdent the qppor 



Ensuring that when each student hasjsucoessf ully , corn p>1e ted a pjr< 
and knowledge to meet the demands of the lob for which he has p. 



have Ihd skill 
transfer and 



Providing social, cultural, and recrejtfionaracTTWtTBrwwiMiststu 
ship and social skills, their appreciation of aesthetic values, anj 
leisure time. 



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Developing effective ways of evalua 

to make appropriate reports to the public. 



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Encouraging and stimulating the innate desire for leading. 






Making Surry Community College a stimulating and rewarding place to work and study. 



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You gotta g«t It hot before It fits. 



Boy. school can bo a drag torn*- 
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Fashion* at SCCI 




You moan I'm the leet one to leave? 



I'd rather watch you than listen to him. 




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LIFE 
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DEDICATION: JAMES A. HUTCHENS 





Since Mr. James A. Hutchens had dedicated the last twenty 
years of his rife to teaching, the 1986- , 87 Lancer is dedi- 
cated to him. 

After he completed high school, Mr. Hutchens moved on to 
the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he 
received his Masters Degree. 

Before Mr. Hutchens joined the staff at SCO on February 1, 
1967, he was the Register of Deeds in Yadkin County. On 
May 31,1 986, he retired. But when school started this fall he 
was back as a part-time teacher. 

He lives with his wife Thelma in Yadkin County. 




FROM A ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE ... 




Grading silo of original building; view Irom the back of campus 

SCC campus site; farm land; February 1966; Surry Central High in inr* toward South Main Street; Spring 1966. 
background. 




Technical Building under construction; Spring/Fall 1966, 



Original campus constructions; Spring 1966; tearing Re- 
sources Building, John Krepick, President (left); Robert Burns 
Board oi Trustees (right). 



Gymnasium construction, 1870. 




SCC Faculty Meeting: Fall 1967. See any familiar faces? John Krepick, 
President, standing. Seated, front row (l-r): George Stockton, Dean of 
Students; Ruth Thompson, Counselor. Second row: Paul Kelcher, Voca- 
tional-Technical Director Peggy Taylor, Business; Mary Ann Calaway, 
English; Goldie Sparger, Business: Merrltt Lear, Electronics; James Wal- 
lace, Business; Raymond Wenger, Chemistry. Third row: Broadus At- 
kins, Automotive; Eric f reed. Drafting; Conrad Holcomb, History; John 
VanHorn, English; Carmen Richardson, Music. Fourth row: Paul Hin- 
ehaw, P.I . Guy McCann, Math; Sam Allrod, Business; James Reeves, 
Psychology and Adult Ed.; James Temploton. Adult and Continuing Ed. 
Fifth row; Richard Seltzer, Biology. 



...TO THE PRESENT DAY COLLEGE CAMPUS 




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One-room school house at PEgshSn. 





FIRST BOARD OF EDUCATION: Seated (Mr): Robert Bur 
ris, first Board of Trustees chairman; John Kroptck, firs' 
SCC President; Robert Chilton, first SCC Deon. 




SCC Graduation, 1970. 



SCC today; Sprlng/Sumrner/Fall 1986. 





AUTUMN LEAVES FESTIVAL 

The second weekend in October is a traditional time for people of the 
N.C foothills. It Is a celebration of the changing leaves and the togeth- 
erness of people. This three-day event was started in 1967 by the hit. 
Airy Chamber of Commerce, but the original idea came from Dr. J. Dale 
Simmons. The Festival is a great success with 250,000 to 300,000 
crowding ML Ary to view the arts and crafts, listen to entertainment, 
watch other people, and sample the available food. The 1986 celebra- 
tion, held Oct. 10-12 offered some of the finest memories of the year. 








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Brian Edwards has many interests. 



Looking up to new goals , . 





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Well, you see, It was I ke this . . . 




Now. grow you little devil! 



One moro for the road? 



Mr. Sanders, wo love those shorts! 



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Nobody's perfect) 



I really feel guilty about skipping class to do somothlng that I enjc-yl 




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Jennifer finally has a patient. 





Kim has one mora romantic conversation with 

W»l1y. 





I know what you're think' 
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favorJta class! 




I just couldn't stay away from 
this place. 



Are you really going to «at that? 



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STUDENTS 





I'm really Interested In continuing my education. 



Welcome Students 



ON CAMPUS 



Is everybody listening? 




I* everyone having a good 
time? 





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SPEC I A L 





EVENTS 





SPRING FLING 






Sidewinder plays at the dance, so dance the night away. 




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ANNUAL PICNIC 



Everybody Eats! 




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Everybody at SCC does his part to help others. 



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STUDENT EVENTS 




Jamie HuM and Wayne Leonard eat watermelon at the picnic. 



EVERYBODY DANCE! 




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CONCERTS 




zeREX on campus 




Sidewinder entertained el SPRING FLING. 




TEACHER'S DAY 




Teachers enjoy their day. 





Everyone is entertained. 



Norwood finally has a surprise smile! 









Santa's Party 



Dr. Richards seems excited. 




CHRISTMAS AT SCC IS Fun! Fun! Fun! 





Ms, Ring Is a holplul ELF! 



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GRADUATION 



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STUDENT 




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Kathy Adams 

Yadklnvllle, NC 

Elementary Education 



Judy Angel 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Word Processing 



Joan Atkins 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

College Transfer 



Chris Sauguess 

Thurmond, NC 

Auto Mechanics 



Melissa Beck 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Marketing and Retelling 




Karen Alexander 

Slate Road, NC 

Typing 





Thomas Angel 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business Admin. 



Edith Ayors 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Nursing 



DeAnna Beamer 

ML Airy, NC 
College Transfer 



Stephanie Beoson 

Pilot Mln., NC 

Accounting 







Michael Allgood 


Terry Ashley 


Nell Ayers 


Cynthia Beesley 


Tina Ball 


Yadklnvllle, NC 


Jonesvllle, NC 


Cana, VA 


Mt, Airy, NC 


Elkln. NC 


Electronics 


Exec. Secretary 


Secretary 


Exec. Secretary 


Exec- Secretary 










April Allred 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Criminal Justice 



Bonnie Anthony 

Jonesvllle, NC 

Electronics 



Jennifer Barrett 

Ararat, NC 

Elementary Education 



Barry Beck 

King, NC 
Electronics 



Susan Benson 

Mt. Airy, NC 

College Transfer 



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Ellen Billings 
Sparta, nc 
Accounting 



Welle Bolln 

SoonvJIto, NC 

College Transfer 





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Oonna Bowman 

East Band, NC 

Col tags Transfer 




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Tom Branch 

Oobson, NC 

College Transfer 



Angella Brown 

ML Airy, NC 
Legal Secretary 











Karen Billings 


Jason Bowers 


Tyrone Bowman 


Lyn Brintle 


Leslie Brown 


Thurmond, NC 


Elkln, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


White Plains, NC 


State Road. NC 


Legal Secretary 


Welding 


Electronics 


College Transfer 


Computer Engineer 




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Brenda Blodeoo 

Woatfleld, NC 

Gen. Office Tech. 



Charles Bowman 

Mt. Airy. NC 
Business Admin. 




Lynn Bolan 

Dobson, NC 

Accounting & 

Business 



Chris Bowman 

Ararat, VA 

College Transfer 




Angle Boyd 

Mt. Airy, NC 

College Transfer 



Edgar Brooks 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Criminal Justice 








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Pam Boyd 

King, NC 

Computer Engineer 



Tonda Brooks 

Oobson, NC 

College Transfer 




Lionel Brown 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Drafting 




Lisa Brown 

East Bend. NC 

Marketing & Retailing 



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Patrick Brown 
Mt, Airy, NC 
Electronics 



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Charles Callahan 

Dobaon, NC 

Ornamental Horticulture 



Donald Carjstavsns 

Yadklnvllle. NC 

Electronlce 



Gtne Cava 

Mt. Airy. NC 

College Transfer 






Larry Childress 

Yadkin villa, NC 

Electronics 



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Sheryl Bryant 


Mitchell Callaway 


Johanna Cates 


Missy Chandler 


Burton Christie 


Ararat. NC 


State Road, NC 


Tobaceoville, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


King, NC 


Drafting * Design 


Ught Construction 


Business Admin. 


Nursing 


College Tran*ter 




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Dexter Cain 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Electronics 



Lisa Carroll 

King, NC 

Orr nn naf Justice 



Marlena Caudle 

Boonvllle, NC 

Exec. Secretary 



Lisa Chappell 
Ml. Airy, NC 
Electronics 



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Max Church 

ElKin, NC 

College Tran»f©r 




Mary Cain 


Cynthia Carter 


Cayle Cave 


Robert Cheek 


Rick Clifton 


Pinnacle, NC 


Yadklnville, NC 


Oobson, NC 


State Road, NC 


Dobson, NC 


Business Admin. 


Marketing and 

Retailing 


Electronics 


Electronics 


Commercial Art 



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Pam Cockerham 

Rural Hall, NC 
Business Admin. 



SGOtt '■-:• i' 

Dobson, NC 
College Transfer 







William Ctontz. Jr. 


Malanio Collins 


Shirley Comer 


Pam Cook 


Susan C rise man 


Davie County, NC 


Thurmond, NC 


ML Airy. NC 


Oobson, NC 


Siioam, NC 


Electronics 


Legal Secretary 


Medical Secretary 


College Transfer 


Retail Management 





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Sarcanda Collins 

Jonesvllle, NC 

Nursing 



Lisa Conner 

Hampton villa, NC 

Accounting 



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Tammy Cooke 

Westtleld, NC 

College Transfer 




Jimmy Combs 

Dobson, NC 

Criminal Justice 



Gary Cook 

Mt. Airy. NC 
Accounlng 



Kelly Creed 
ML Airy, NC 
Accounting 



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Doris Collins 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

College Transfer 



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Michelle Comer 

Oobson, NC 

Elementary Education 



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Layne Cook 

ML Airy, NC 

Marketing and 

Retailing 



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Linda Creed 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Typewriting 




Anita Crotts 

ML Airy, NC 

Exec Secretary 







David Dalton 

Westriald, NC 

Criminal Justice 



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Myra Dancy 

Roaring River, NC 
Nursing 



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David Danley 

Ararat, NC 

Collage Transfer 




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Amy Delgado 
Hamptonville, NC 
Can. Office Taeh. 



Gina Dollyhigh 

Mt. Airy, NC 

College Transfer 



Ronnie Ealon 

Pilot Mtn.. NC 

Electron lea 



Jenean Edwards 

Pilot Mtn., NC 
Gen, Office Tech. 




Karen Davis 


Doug Dixon 


Eric Duggan 


Brian Franklin 


Teresa Edwards 


Galax, VA 


White Plains, NC 


Yadkin villa, NC 


Edwards 


Woodlawn. VA 


Nursing 


Computer Engineer 


Electricity 


Cane, va 
College Transfer 


Bus. Admin. 




Wanda Davis 
White Plains, NC 
College Transfer 




Kyle Dixon 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Electronics 




Tina M. Easter 

Lowgap, NC 

College Transfer 




Doris Edwards 

State Road, NC 

Auto Body 



Jasper Elliot 
Pilot Mln„ NC 

Business 





Samuel Dearrrvln 


Kathy Oobson 


Raymond Eaton 


Harloy Edwards 


Andy Ervin 


Pinnacle. NC 


Dobson, NC 


Toast. NC 


State Road, NO 


King, NC 


College Transfer 


Bus. Admin, 


Electronics 


Auto Body 


Business 





David Evans 


Carolyn Fletcher 


Oeadra France 


Gray Frye 


A. Suzanne Gardner 


Ararat, VA 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Mt Airy, NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Lcwgap, NC 


College Transfer 


Criminal Justice 


Bus. Admin, 


Business 


Bus. Admin, 




Linda Fallin 

Pinnacle, NC 

Accounting 




Johnny Fletcher 

Pilot Mm.. NC 

Computer Engineer 




Robert Franklin 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Drafting 



Christopher Fulk 

Slloam, NC 
Electronics 




Nancy Garrison 

Yadklnvllle, NC 
Gen. Secretary 





Shelby Farlss 


Pamela Folgor 


Ararat, VA 


Dobeon, NC 


Com. 


Gen. Ofllce Tech 


Science /Business 





Elizabeth Freeman 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business 



Keith L. Fulk 

King, NC 
Electronics 



Mary Gentry 

Elkln, NC 

Exec. Secretary 














Arnold Faw 


Martha Fox 


Louise Freer 


Melissa Fulp 


P ::■• p p -j r Gentry 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Elkln. NC 


Ml. Airy. NC 


Slloam, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


College Transfer 


College Tranafsr 


Word Processing 


Retail-Marketing 


Bue. Admin. 



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ROnni* Gilbert 

Elk In, NC 

College Transfer 



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Vickie George 
Siloam, NC 

Business 




Michelle Goodson 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Bus. Computer 

Programming 



Beth Grlmsley 

State Road, NC 

College Transfer 



Jana Hall 
Hemptonville, NC 
Business Admin. 







Data Gillespie 


Darla Godfrey 


Missy Gordon 


Aaron Hag wood 


Tim Hamlin 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Elkln. NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Mr. Airy, NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Gen. Office Tech. 


Electronics Engineer 


College Transfer 


Auto Mechanics 


College Transfer 




Kelly Gilliam 
Joneswllfa, NC 

College Transfer 



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Debbie Coins 
ML Airy. NC 

College Transfer 




Sonja Gordon 

Pinnacle. NC 

Exec. Secretary 




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Adrienne Hall 

Mt. Airy. NC 

College Transfer 



Wade Harbour 
Dobson, NC 
Electronics 











■Jamie Gilrnore 


Thelma Golns 


Kathy Gray 


Cassandra Hall 


Ellis Hardi&on 


State Road, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Pilot ?-■ t r. . NC 


State Road, NC 


State Road, NC 


College Transfer 


Vocational 


Accounting 


Exec. Secretary 


Vocational 






Linda Hardlson 

State Road. NC 

Vocational 






Rodney Hardy 

Dobson, NC 

Collage Transfer 



Chris Hauser 

Vadklnwllle, NC 

Collage Transfer 



Robert j Hayes 

Pinnacle, NC 

Computer Engineer 






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William Harold 


Gins Hawks 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Electronics 


Business 



Jim Haynee 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business Admin. 







Mellisa Hedrick 

rikin. NC 
Marketing Retail 



Lorl Hlatt 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business Admin, 




Adam Hawks 


Kelly Haymore 


Lissla Helton 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Vadkfnvflle. NC 


Bus, Computer 


Exec Secretary 


Gen. Office Tech 


Programming 







Dennis Hlldreth 

East Bend, NC 

Electronics 





Mary Henley 

Pfafftown. NC 

Criminal Justice 



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Jerl Hlnson 
Ronda, NC 

Retail Management 





Tabltha Harrison 


Hugh Hawks 


Monica Haynot 


Glna Hiatt 


Rita Hlnson 


Elkln, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Cans, VA 


Pilot Mln.. NC 


State Road, NC 


Collage Transfer 


College Transfer 


Bus. Computer 
Programming 


Business Admin, 


Bus. Computer 

Programming 



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Alvln Hodges 

Dubwii NC 

Light Construction 



Sandra Holdon 

East Bond. NC 

Collage Transfer 




Tonya hlobson 


Slg Holeomb 


Lynn Morton 


Eest B« n ;i. NC 


Elk In. NC 


Hlllevllle, NC 


Exec. Secretary 


College Transfer 


Marketing and 

Retailing 



Patricia Hull 
Mt. Airy. NC 

Nursing 




Michelle Horton 

Ml Airy. NC 

Electrical Installation 



Vernie Hunt 

Rural Hatl. NC 

Criminal Justice 




Scott Hutchens 

East Bend, NC 

Electronics 




Sondrs Hutchens 

Boonville, NC 
Retail Managsmenl 




Barbara Hodges 
Ml. Airy. NC 
Accounting 



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Virginia Holden 

Mt. Airy. NC 

Light Construction 




Jamie Huff 

Mt. Airy. NC 

Criminal Justice 



Brenda Hutchens 

Mt. Airy. NC 
Exec. Secretary 



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Mark Hytton 

ML Airy, NC 

Retail Management 




Kim Holbrook 

Elkln. NC 
Business 



Brady Hopkins 

ML Airy, NC 

College Transfer 




Stuart Huffman 
Ararat. NC 
Electronics 



Kim Hutchtra 

State Road, NC 

Nursing 




Mike HyJton 

ML Airy. NC 

Auto Mechanics 








Michelle In man 
ML Airy. NC 

Bus. Computer 
Programming 



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Judy Jossup 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

Business 



Amy Johnson 


Pam Johnson 


Lynn Jones 


mi, Airy, NC 


Ararat, NC 


West fie Id, NC 


Business 


Typewriting 


Exec Secretary 






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Jeffrey Irolar 


Ramona Jessup 


Donald Johnson 


Sherri Johnson 


Tammy Jones 


Galax, VA 


Westfleld, NC 


Winston-Sal em, NC 


Dobson, NC 


Slloam, NC 


Electronics 


Business 


Criminal Justice 


Col logo Transfer 


Criminal Justice 




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Deborah Jenkins 
Dobson, NC 

Electrical Installation 




Renee Jessup 

Pilot. Mtn., NC 

Nursing 



Janet Johnson 

Pinnacle, NC 

College Transfer 



Wayne Johnson 

Elkln. NC 

Automotive 



Trish Jones 

Ml. Airy, NC 

College Transfer 



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Chandra Jennings 

King, NC 
College Transfer 





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Angela Jester 

East Bend, NC 

Business Admin. 



Molli Jo Johnson 
Elkin, NC 
Rotalllng 



Gloria Jones 

Ml. Airy. NC 

Business Admin. 




wade Keith 

Mt, Airy, NC 

Auto Body Repair 



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David Key 


Popper Klrkmen 


Janet Loffoon 


Ararat, NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


F Ik >n . NC 


Electronics 


Business Admin. 


Accounting 



Kim Lewis 

Ararat, NC 

College Transfer 



Barbara Long 

Elkln, NC 

Business Admin, 




Karen Kill o n 

Dobson, NC 

Criminal Justice 




Kim Klllon 

Dobson, NC 

Criminal Justice 




Andrew Klser 

Pilot M1 .. .. NC 

Electronics 




Mary Lawrence 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business 




Gerald Lackey 
Mt. Airy, NC 

Bus. Computer 
programming 



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Michael Lawson 
Dobson, NC 
Electronics 
Engineering 



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Linda Linvilte 

Oobson, NC 

Computer 

Engineering 




Ricky Lin vine 
Dobson, NC 

Mechanics 




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Freddie Long 

Yadkinville. NC 

Aulo Repairs 




N. Vernon Luffman 

Elkln, NC 

Business Admin. 




Ray King 


Heather Lakey 


Donald Layell 


Sandra Llewellyn 


Donna Luhmann 


Westfield, NC 


Boonville, NC 


Elkln, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Stale Road, NC 


Electronics 


Nursing 


College Transfer 


College Transfer 


Executive Secretary 



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Patricia Luhmsnn 


Mary Marlon 


Judy Marshall 


Donna Martin 


Rhonda Matthew* 


State Road, NC 


Ml. Airy. NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Wosltield. NC 


East Bond, NC 


College Transfer 


Gen. Off. Tech, 


Education 


Legal Secretary 


Executive Secretary 






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Cheryl Lytton 
Elkin. NC 

Legal Secretary 



Melanle Marlon 

Claudvllle. VA. 
Sociology 



Sharon Marshall 
mi. Airy. NC 
Psychology 



Roy Martin 
Wflslfiald, NC 

Welding 



Bill Maul din 

Dobson, NC 

College Transfer 







Pamela Manual 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Bus. Computer 

Programming 



Lisa Marsh 

Dobson, NC 

College Transfer 



Truman Marshall 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Automotive 



Tlmmy Martin 

Dobson, NC 

Colloge Transfer 



Brenda Maxcy 

Boonv.iic NC 
College Transfer 





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Barbara Marlon 


Suzetle Marsh 


Wanda Diane Martin 


Mark Matthews 


David McKnlght 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Ml. Airy. NC 


State Road, NC 


East Bend, NC 


Pfalftown, NC 


Accounting 


Dental Hygiene 


College Transfer 


Electrical Installation 


Electricity 



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Oonna McMillian 


Patsy McPeak 


Melissa Mitchell 


Leonard Moore, Jr. 


LoAnn Mounce 


Carta, VA 


ML Airy. NC 


Elk In. NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Boonvllle, NC 


Computers 


Accounting 


Nursing: 


Electrical Installation 


Business Admin 







JoAnn McMillian 

Mt. Airy, NC 
Collage Transfer 



Jackie Medley 

Traphlll, NC 

Business Admin. 



W. Davis Mitchell 
Vadfclnvllle, NC 
Criminal Justice 



Diana Moorefiald 

King, NC 
Criminal Justice 



Tracy Moxley 

Yadkinvllfe, NC 

College Transfer 





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Vanessa McMillian 


Jill Melton 


Alax Moore 


Gerrlo Moorefiald 


Tim Murphy 


Galax, VA 


Woodlawn. VA 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Madison, NC 


East Band. NC 


Collage Transfer 


Marketing & Retailing 


Drafting 


College Transfer 


Horticulture 





Wayne McMillian 


Ronald Mills 


James Moore 


Tonya Moser 


Michelle Murray 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


tfestflold, NC 


Dobson, NC 


ML Airy, NC 


College Transfer 


Electrical Installation 


Business 


College Transfer 


Nursing 



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Karen My hand 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Collage Transfer 



Kim Newman 
Dob son. NC 

Machinist Tech. 



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Trgcey Noah 
Mt. Airy. NC 
Accounting 



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Jill Perdue 

Jonesvllle. NC 

College Transfer 



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Leslie Plnnlx 

Vadkinvllle. NC 

Electrical Installation 




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Patricia Nation* 

Elk .in . NC 

Nursing 



Chris L. Nichols 

Mt. Airy, NC 
College Transfer 




William Oliver 
Hamptonville, NC 
Criminal Justice 




Oebblo Noal 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Business Admin. 




Keith Nicholson 

Elkin, NC 
College Transfer 






Marty Pardua 


Mark Plnnlx 


Elkin, NC 


Hampton villa. NC 


Nursing 


Bus. Computer 




Programming 




Danny O'Neal 


Krlstle Parker 


Gail Poplin 


Ararat, NC 


Vadkinvllle, NC 


Elkin, NC 


Automotives 


College Transfer 


Nursing 




Darron Newman 
State Road, NC 

Business Admin, 



Vivian Nixon 

Thurmund. NC 

Business Admin. 




Frances O'Neal 

Dobson. NC 

Typing 



Mary Pilgrim 
Dobson, NC 

Business 



Janet Poplin 

Boone villo, KC 

Exec. Secretary 



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Michelle Privatt 
Galax, VA 

Business 



Robin Radford 


Brent Riddle 


Pam Rogers 


Clsudville, VA 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


College Transfer 


Electronics 


College Transfer 



Tin a Sawyers 

Mt, Airy, NC 
Business 





Krlatt Puckett 


Angle Rsavls 


Joanlo Rlggs 


Rodney Rosser 


MK. Airy, NC 


Hamptonville, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Business 


Computer Science 


Medical Secretary 


College Transfer 



Sonla Schmidt 

Oobson, NC 

Gen. Office Tech. 







Tony Puckett 


Darren Redding 


Alan Ritenour 


Jerry Sales 


Brldgetta Seal 


Mt. Airy, NC 


King, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Elktrt. NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


Electronics 


College Transfer 


Electrical Installation 


Criminal Justice 


Business Admin. 




Maria Pyles 
Mt. Airy, NC 
Accounting 



Susan Roe co 

Boortvllle. NC 

Medical Technology 




Kathy Rogers 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

Medical Secretary 




Kim Sanders 
Cans, VA 

Business 



Karon Seaver 

Dobson, NC 
College Transfer 



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Timothy Sharpe 

Harmony, NC 
College Transfer 



Barbara Simpson 

Mt. Airy, NC 
College Transfer 



Tina Slzemore 

Yadkin villa, NC 
Legal Secretary 



Gregory Smith 

Pilot Mtn.. NC 

College Transfer 



Robert Smith III 

mi, Airy, NC 

Physical Education 




Anile Shoal 

JonesvlUe, NC 

Gon. Office Tech- 





Marsha Slpe 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Business Admin. 



Kim Slate 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Business 




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Karen Smith 

Elkin, NC 

Legal Secretary 



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Sandra Smith 

Westfieid, NC 

College Transfer 



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Jeff Shore 

Yadklnwllle, NC 

Horticulture 






Karen Slzemore 

Dob-:, vn . NC 

Marketing and 
Retailing 



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Nancy Slate 

Mt. Airy. NC 

College Transfer 




Missy Smith 

Elk In. NC 

College Transfer 



Sharon Smith 

East Bend, NC 

College Transfer 






Lisa Shore 


Terry Slzemore 


Barbara Smith 


Preston Smith 


Adetla Smltherman 


Pinnacle, NC 


Yadklnville. NC 


Dobson, NC 


Mt. Airy. NC 


East Send. NC 


Medical Secretary 


College Transfer 


Business 


College Transfer 


Accounting 



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Laris Smithorman 

East Bond, NC 
College Transfer 



Kathy Snow 

Oobson, NC 

Gen. Office Tech. 





Joan Sparks 

Elkln, NC 

College Transfer 



Brian Stanley 

Oobaon, NC 

College Transfer 




Philip Steagall 

Dobson, NC 

Light Construction 





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Janice Snow 

Dob son, NC 

College Transfer 



Tresa Snow 

Oobson, NC 

College Transfer 





Rhonda Spencer 

KiMsvllle, VA 
College Transfer 



Gregory Stanley 

Oobson, NC 
College Transfer 




Roger Stewart 
Yadklnvllle, NC 
Auto Mechanics 





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Janls Snow 


J. Windell Southard 


Virginia Spicer 


Penni Stanley 


Eloise SHnson 


mi Airy, NC 


Elkln. NC 


Dobson, NC 


Dobson, NC 


Elkin, NC 


Business Admin. 


Electronics 


Light Construction 


Gen. Office Tech. 


Accounting 





Karen Snow 


Christina Spalnhour 


Monotte Sprinkle 


Varerie Stanley 


Dean St. John 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Yadkinville, NC 


Dobson, NC 


Boonvltle, NC 


Hemptonvllle, NC 


Business Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Nursing 


Computer 
Programming 


Business Admin. 



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Shwrl SI. John 
Hamptonvlire, NC 

Nursing 



Riia Su'.phm 

Lowgap, NC 

Nursing 



David Taylor 

ML Airy. NC 

Business Admin. 




Bruce T hack or 
King, NC 
Drafting 



Thomas Thompson 

Elkln, NC 

College Transfer 




Alvln Stoltzfus 

Thurmond, NC 

Business Admin. 







Mike Swill 

ML Airy, NC 

Drafting 



Henry Taylor 
ML Airy. NC 

Computer 
Engineering 



Kim Thomas 

Dobson, NC 

College Transfer 




Lisa Tiiley 

Pinnacle, NC 

Accounting 




Pamela Styers 

Mackswille. NC 
Exec. Secretary 





Myra Tate 

Ararat, VA 

Med. Taehnlean 



Shannon Taylor 
ML Airy, NC 

Business 



Shannon Thomas 

ML Airy, NC 
Collega Transfer 



Karen Tlmbsrlake 
Pilot Mtn., NC 

Business 





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Jill Sutphln 
Woodlawn, VA 


Van Tate 
Ml. Airy, NC 


Brian Tack or 

King. NC 


Rita Thompson 
Ararat, NC 


G. TIMon 
Pinnacle, NC 


College Transfer 


Criminal Justice 


Drafting 


Business Admin. 


Bus. Computer 
Programming 



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Danny Tranter 


Jerry Totlle 


Anita VanFlaet 


Berry Wagoner 


Boonville, NO 


Ci-.jr.-Ti.ir ion, NC 


Ml. Airy, NC 


Hamptonville, NC 


Criminal Justice 


College Transfer 


College Transfer 


Drafting 




Michael Walker 

Boonviite, NC 

AUtO Mechanics 






Melva Tucker 


Nancy Ungar 


Karen vqss 


Rodney Wagoner 


Todd wail 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Oobson, NC 


Mt. Airy, NC 


Hamptonvllle, NC 


King, NC 


College Transfer 


College Transfer 


Nursing 


Accounting 


Electronics 






Mike Tucker 


Jimmy upchurch 


Donna Vernon 


Pilot Mtn., NC 


Pilot Mtn,, NC 


Mt, Airy, NC 


Management 


College Transfer 


Criminal Justice 




Tammy Wagoner 

ElKIn, NC 
College Transfer 



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Lynn Wall 

Slloam, NC 
Electronics 






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Ronald Tucker 
King, NC 
Electricity 




Marvin Van dives 
Mt, Airy, NC 
Light Const. 



William vest 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

Electronics 



Harriett L. Walker 

Mt. Airy, NC 
College Transfer 




Kim Warden 

Ml. Airy, NC 

Criminal Justice 



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Shannon Watkfns 


Rebecca 


Ricky WMIaker 


Judy wtllard 


Ted Williams 


Mi. Airy, NC 


Westmoreland 


ML Airy. NC 


Pennade. NC 


Yadkin vine. NC 


College Transler 


Germ art ton, NC 
Business Admin, 


Retailing 


Nursing 


College Transfer 




Melissa F. Watts 

ML Airy, NC 
Business Admin. 



Vanessa Whicker 

King. NC 
Accounting Tech. 



Deborah White 

ML Airy, NC 

Medical 




Llbby Willard 
ML Airy, NC 
Accounting 




Scotty Wfllson 

Pilot Mtn., NC 

Nursing 



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Grog Webb 

East Bend, NC 

Electronics 




Annabello Whltaker 

ML Airy, NC 

Word Processing 




Janet While 

ML Airy, NC 

Business Computer 

Prog. 



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Randy Wlllard 

YadklnvWe, NC 
English 




Ronnie Wifmoth 
Elkln, NC 

Business 









Susan Westervelt 
ML Airy, NC 
Electronics 




Barry Whllakoi 

Boonville, NC 

Machines! Tech. 



Mark White 
Oobson, NC 
Electronics 



Reglna Williams 
Sparta, NC 
Accounting 




Howard Wimbley 

Elkln, NC 
College Transfer 



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Angela Wolf* 

Walnut Cove, NC 

Nursing 






Ray Wood 

Stat* Road, NC 

Automotive 




Anne Woodruff 

Boonvii ■■;, NC 
College Transfer 



Joseph Wright 

Westfield, NC 

Electronics 



Suzanne York 

ML Airy, NC 
Accounting 




Bryan Wood 

Thurmond. NC 

College Transfer 




Vickie wood 

Boonviile, NC 
Gen. Secretary 



Shawn Wooten 

Yadkinville, NC 

Business Admin, 




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Jenny York 

Lambsbtirg, VA 

Business 

Management 



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Nancy Bannister 

Mt. Airy, NC 
College Transfer 




Jamla Carter 

East Bend, NC 

Business Computer 



Michelle Collins 

Pilot Mln.. NC 

College Transfer 




Maria Gwyn 

Dobson. NC 

Business 




Left: Eating here can 
be hazardous lo your 
health. 

Center: I'm only visit- 
ing this planet. 
Right: This student is 
holding a soanco hop- 
ing to get rid of the evil 
spirits occupying 
those offices. 




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DANCERS 



Dr. Shepherd Instruct* 1-2-3 count for new dancer*. 




Eight years of ballet wont Into that move. 




David demonstrates his new "point" techniques. 



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I think II Is time for a break! 



53 



SPECIAL PEOPLE 




Melva Tucker is known to many 
as Melva Houston. She is a sec- 
ond-year student and plans to 
attend ASU to obtain a degree 
in music education. Prior to en- 
rolling here, Melva sang with 
such artists as Elvis Presley 
and Aretha Franklin. She is also 
known for her community in- 
volvement with the Miss Mount 
Airy Pageant and theater plays, 
and has currently left for Spain 
on tour. 



Tracey Cockerham, 1985 gra- 
duate of North Surry High School, 
plans to pursue a music entertain- 
ment career and obtain an Ele- 
mentary Education degree. She 
has sung on local WPQR radio pro- 
grams, participated in a choral 
production at NSHS, and been a 
contestant in the Miss Mount Airy 
pageant in which she won the tal- 
ent competition. Tracey is en- 
rolled in the College Transfer cur- 
riculum at SCC. 





Chris Fulk, Surry Central 
High School graduate, is cur- 
rently enrolled in the elec- 
tronics program at SCC. 
Chris is an active member of 
Circle K and the Student 
Government Association. 
One of Chris's most recent 
accomplishments is his se- 
lection as Lieutenant Gover- 
nor of the Triad District of 
Circle K. Chris has also 
placed third in the Circle K 
talent show. In addition to 
club activities, he enjoys 
pool & chess. 



54 



AT SURRY COMMUNITY 



Sandra Llewellyn currently 
serves as Lancer eidtor, and 
she Is the editor of the Circle K 
International EXPO, a national 
Circle K newsletter. Sandra has 
been active for two years In 
LEO, Circle K, and SGA. Sandra 
has been an active member of 
the journalism class here she 
also contributes her ideas to 
the student newspaper. Cur- 
rently, Sandra is Circle K Histo- 
rian and keeps the organiza- 
tion's pictures updated. 









Sue Westervelt is currently en- 
rolled in the electronics pro- 
gram in which she maintains a 
3.5 GPA. She has served as an 
algebra and technical math tu- 
tor for two years, and served as 
a physics lab assistant last 
year. Sue is active in her son's 
booster club and In church ac- 
tivities. In addition to her field, 
Sue enjoys English, speech, 
and good literature. In addition 
to scholastic subjects, she also 
enjoys dancing, designing and 
sewing clothes, horseback rid- 
ing, and exercise. 




Harriet Walker enrolled in 
Surry's College Transfer pro- 
gram to begin her pursuit of an 
Elementary Education major 
and English minor. Away from 
SCO, Harriet is a professional 
model — you might recognize 
her as a L'Eggs model — and 
has been a modeling instruc- 
tor. Her attendance at John Ca- 
sablanca's School of Modeling 
after graduation from Patrick 
County High In 1981 has se- 
cured her many modeling op- 
portunities, including work in 
such areas as Florida, as well 
as in Belgium and Europe. 




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Nathan Williams, a Western North Carolina native, 
grew up in Weavervllle. He began studying the 
clarinet privately In the eighth grade. Williams at- 
tended Mars Hill College for two years, and com- 
pleted his undergraduate education at the Acade- 
my of Music and Fine Arts In Vienna, Austria, 
earning the Artist's Diploma with highest honors 
in 1983. While In Vienna, he was awarded a grant 
from the Austrian Foundation for Science and Re- 
search for outstanding musicianship and Intellec- 
ts I merit Nathan earned the Master of Music de- 
gree In performance and literature from the 
Eastman School of Music In New York in 1985. 
Williams had been a prize winner of various com- 
petitions, including the International Clarinet and 
the William C. Byrd Young Artists Competitions* 
He appeared In the fourth edition of International 
Youth In Achievement and In he 1986 volume of 
Outstanding Young Men of America, 

Throughout the year, Williams presented several 
concerts, on and off campus: Altrusa Club, Hos- 
pice Benefit, area rest homes, area high schools, 
singles groups, churches, Andy Griffith Play- 
house, Gertrude Smith Historic Estate, Elkin Pub- 
lic Library, and a series of Culture Breaks at the 
college. 



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WINam's music has proven to be enlightening and 
entertaining, while heightening student aware- 
ness of the arts. 



VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM 




PAULA LARKE 

Paula Larke, an actress born in Winston-Salem, 
came to SCC in 1984-85 with excellent stories and 
music of American heritage. Larke received her 
training in professional theater on the touring and 
Broadway stage with the New York Shakespeare 
Festival. She has sung, danced, and acted in HAIR, 
TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, and AGAMEMNON. 
Larke has also produced, directed, and performed 
her own musical acts and readings in concerts 
across the United States. 






BILL MANSFIELD 



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THAT WAS THEN (1983-1986) 





LOUISE ANDERSON, 1983-84 visiting artist at SCC, is 
best known for her story-telling with emphasis on African 
and Afro-American folk stories. She also knows about the 
history and preparation of ethnic foods and drinks, espe- 
cially Southern and African dishes in her study of folklore. 
She is the author of many books of children's stories. 




Bill Mansfield, 1985-86 artist, born in Raleigh, be- 
gan playing the jaw harp at age 12. He later 
formed a band in high school, where he started 
playing the guitar. Mansfield has a master's de- 
gree in folk music from UNC and was also award- 
ed a grant from the National Endowment for the 
Arts, which permitted him to study under folk m 
usician Fred Cockerham. Mansfield's goal has 
been to bring back "the oie-time sound" born 
here in the foothills. 




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ADMINISTRATION. 




FACULTY, STAFF 




SCC PRESIDENT SWANSON RICHARDS 




A graduate of Appala- 
chian State University 
and Florida State Uni- 
versity, Dr. Swanson 
Richards has been 
president of Surry 
Community College for 
twelve years. He 
served in numerous po- 
sitions in the Surry 

County School System 
before coming to the 
college. 

Dr. Richards sets a 
good example for the 
students through his 
leadership roles in sev- 
eral organizations with- 
in the county and state. 
His outstanding per- 
sonality and service to 
the college distinguish 
him as an excellent 
president. 




OR. SWANSON RICHAROS 




Prosidonl Richards with Avery Neeva*. 




President Richards wllh Beverly Esslck. 



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SCC BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Carolyn Comer and Oscar W. Smith, 



Pictured, clockwise: John P. Frank, Carolyn Comer, Jewel 0. Jarrell, Or. Richards, Oscar W. 
Smith. B.F. Folger, Jr., Dr. Harris W. Bradley, Floyd E. Roes, W. Avery Neaves II, Bonnie H. 
Stuart. Not Pictured: Charles L, Folger, W. Fletcher Harris, Eleanor H. Jones. 




Pictured, left to right: W. Avery Neaves. Oscar W. Smith, Jewell □. Jarrell, Carolyn Comer. 



Building Committee, left to right: Floyd E. 
Reas, Bonnie H. Stuart, John P. Frank. 



63 



ADMINISTRATION 






Dr, Claude V. Ayers 
Dean. Continuing Education 



Max A. Blackburn 
Director, Continuing Education 



John K. Collins 
Dean. Career Education 




Dr. Jan J. Crawford 
Dean of Instruction 




H, Clyde Johnson 

Vice-President, Administrative 

Services 




Dr. Jamas M. Reaves 
Vice-President, Student Services 




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Or. Swaneon Richards 
SCC President 




Dr. Carlyle Shepherd 
Dean, College Transfer 




Carlos P. Surratt 
Dean, Evening Programs 



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John M. Brame 
Counselor 



Robert F. Comer 

Director of Economic 

Development 



Carolyn W. FUpptn 

Director or Human Resources 

Development 



Anno R. Hennis 
Director of Cooperative Skills 



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Sue A. Jarvls 
Counselor 




Michael McHone 

Counsalor Veterans Affairs 
Coordinator 



Dr, Sherry S. Madison 

Director of Records and 

Registration 





C. Wayne Motsinger 

Counselor/Financial Aid 
Director 



Lillian C. Satterfield 

Director of Continuing 

Education 

Vadkin County 



Charles W. Strickland 
Director of Computer Services 



Jerry W. Weaver 
Director of Learning Resources 



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FACULTY 






Broadut D. Atkins 
Mechanics 



Joan B. Atkins 
Business 



Steven G. Atkins 
Computer Science/Math 






Thomas Bagflal 
Religion 



1 + 1 - ? 



Oon Barnes 
Drama 









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Wayne Beach 
Welding 



Archie Bennett 
Art 



Sheri 3. Black mon 
Business 



AND STAFF 






Mlko F« Boing 
Math/Computer Science 



Charles W. Boles 
Agriculture 



Pam J, Boles 
Lab Assistant Science 




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Deborah H„ Branch 
Business 



Fred !■■ Brim 
Maih 



Gordon H, Brown 
Business 




Frances D, Bryant 
Nursing 




Marguerite NL Sure ham 
Nursing 




m*s 






Stave O. Burcham 
Electronics 



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Diana C. Cataway 
English 




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Tamara S. Carter 

Biology 




Barbara T. Cava 
Business 






Warren E. Chilton 
Math 



Max Church 
Electricity 



Judy Clifton 
Business 






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Bobby Collins 
Sociology /Business 



Ms. Cave knows her Job. 



Peggy G. Comir 
Assistant Business 






Abbe Rosa Cox 
Art 



■Josephine C. Crawford 
Computer Science 



Shirley J. Edmonds 
Assistant Business 




Jerry C. Eller 
Computer Science 




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Beverly T. Essick 
Nursing 




James R, Fink 
Sociology 






Sharon R. Gates 
Spanish 



Paula H. Gup ton 
Math 



Hilda J, Hall 

Business 



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Grover W. Hanos 


Donny R. Haynas 


Bob Hemming* 


Business 


Machinist 


Voc-Tach Division 
North Campus 





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J.J. Henton 
Police Science 



William C. Hicks 
Light Construction 



Roy M. High 
Business 






Letty I, Hlnshaw 
Physical Education 



Paul Hinshaw 
Physical Education 



Conrad C. Holcomb, Jr. 
Social Science 



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Dr. Thurman 0. Hollar 
Reading 




James A. Hutchens 
History 




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Minnie P. Hyler 
English 




Dlanne Johnson 
Computer Science 





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Sharon S. Kallam 

Nursing 









Lonnla M. Kendall 
Roll gl on 



Alan G. Lawrence 

Business 



Sherman H. Layell 
Business/ Accounting 



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Betty lows 
Business 




William McCaehren 
Math 








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eiizaboth H. McHone 
Physical Education 





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Charles Madison 
Sciencs Reading 



Joseph EL Mays 
Psychology 



Jim Mldill 
Math 




Hugh Mm-.- 
Business 




Carol Norman 
Computer Science 




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Thomas F. Park**, Jr. 
Business/ Accounting 



Rodney Pell 
History 



Dr. Joe W. Reece 
Math/ Physics 





Joe Reid 
Computer Science 



William C. Reynolds 
Auto Mechanics 



Hammot Rlner 
Religion 






Pamela S. Ring 
English 



William R. Sanders 
History 



Robert S. Schumaker 
Orbiting 



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Larry 6. Scott 
Csblne (making 



Dr. T. Norwood Selby 
English 



Steven R- Shepard 
Machinist 






Margerot f, Shepherd 
English 





Frank D- Simmons 
Construe lion 



Susan Simmons 
Math 




Joseph G. Sloop 
Electronics 




Ronnie L. Snow 
Computer Science 







G oldie S. Sparger 
Business 



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Paula Stanley 
Psychology 



Wlllliam A. SI roups 
Math /Science 



Roy M. Thomas 
Welding 




Mr. Stroupe's biology class Is Inter- 
esting. 



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Gary C. Tllley 

Business 







Guy R. Tolbort 
Electronics 




Angus J, Tucker 
Auto Mechanics 




John M. VanHorn 
Language/Arts 



Dr. Ann L. Vaughn 
Psychology 



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Sam Walker 
Physical Education 



Dr. Edwin Wile* 
Biology 



Tony G. William* 
Business 






John L. Wood 
Business 



Kathy A.Woodruff 
Nursing 



Mary Emily Yokley 
Business/ Retailing 



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Charles C. Yopp 
Engttah 



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Victoria M. York 
Business 




Bonny 0. Younger 
Music 



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President's address to faculty on Orientation Day. 



Informal luncheon altar mooting. 




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Do we really have to listen to THIS? 




The present contains nothing more than the past, and 
what is found in the effect was already in the cause. 

—Henri Bergson (1907) 




Fill 'or up . . . one more time. 

If the past cannot teach the present and the father cannot 
teach the son, then history need not have bothered to go 
on, and the world has wasted a great deal of time, 
1 —Russell Hoban (1973) 



77 



STUDENT SERVICES 




Pictured, left to right: Shirley Ingram, Sherry M. Lowe, Judy W. Rooco, Becky H. Money, and 
Vonda B. Comer, 



Vonda B. Comer 






Shirley Ingram 



Sherry M. Lowe 



Becky H, Money 



Judy W. Fteoce 




BUSINESS 
OFFICE 



Pictured, left to right: Bonnie 
Harris, Anita L. Bullin, Hetty F, 
Hammings, Betty H. Newman, 
and Elizabeth W. Voss. 




Anita L. Sullln 



Bonn i* Harris 



Betty F. Hammings Betly K Newman Elizabeth W. Voss 

ADMINISTRATION 




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Left to right, seated: Jean S- Badgelt, Betty S. Beck. Renee Harris; standing: 
Lynn S. Hewitt, Susan S. Johnson. Eileen B. Kldd. Carol J. Leonard. 




Carol J. Leonard 



Renee Harris 



Lynn S. Hewitt Susan S. Johnson Eileen B. Kidd 



Jean S. Badgelt 




CAMPUS BOOKSTORE 




Pictured, left to right: Tom M. Watte, Pat Pauley and 
Crystal Nlaton. 



OTHER STAFF 





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Tom M. Watts 
Bookstore Manager 



Pal Paulay 




Crystal NJston 



Susan L Pendergraft 




Lillian Sat 



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Lillian C. Satlerfield 

Director, Continuing Education. 

Yadkin County 




Carolyn W. Fllppln 
Director, Human Resource* 




Judy P. Solomon 
Adult Basic Education Instructor 



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LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER 




Pictured, toft to right: Doris 5. Pratt, Pauline W. Eadt. Sheila A. Core. 



OTHER FACULTY 




Kent F. Srondl* 
Coordinator, Learning Center 



Pernell Hobson 

Secretary, Continuing 

Education, Yadkin County 










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Sheila A. Core 
Reference Librarian 



Pauline w. E .-(,t- 
Library Technical Assistant 



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Doris S. Pfalt 
Library Technical Assistant 



Judy L. Riggs 

Director, Basic Education 

Programs 





Dick Byr.j 
Director of Communications 



J, Andy Webb 
Audio-Visual Technician 



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CAFETERIA STAFF 




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Pat D. Branch 



Betty Jo Burton 



Margaret C. Hardy 












Yvonne H. Hodges 



Margaret Lawrence 



Belva Richardson 



MAINTENANCE STAFF 





Graham S- Lawrence 
Superintendent of 
Building /Grounds 










Lawrence Brown 



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Howard Brfm 



Paul Pilgrim 



Mike Joyce 



Barbara O'Neal 



Men at Work. 






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CAFETERIA STAFF 




"You won't believe this order,' 



'All they cook Is trench fries." 



"I can't make up my mind.' 




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JACK NIXON 







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'One mors hour ..." 




Loft to right: FREDDY WRIGHT, BRENT CRfSSMAN, JAMES DOBSON 





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SURRY COMMUNITY 




CURRICULUM 






ART 



Art History, Commercial Art, Drawing, Arts and 
Crafts, Ceramics, Painting with Colors, and 
Portrait Painting enable students to express 
themselves on paper. The purpose of the art 
curriculum is designed to enhance a student's 
awareness of history, technique, and profes- 
sional Ideas. Art instructors are Archie Ben net. 
Abbe Rose Cox, and William R. Sanders, 

AUTO REPAIR 

The automotive body repair classes provided 
are to develop training of skills in the field of 
equipment and materials in the mechanics 
trade. The students study the construction of 
the auto body and the technique of repair, re- 
building and refinlshing cars. Broadus Atkins, 
William Reynolds, and Angus Tucker are auto 
curriculum instructors. 




AGRICULTURE 

The agriculture curriculum is designed to pro- 
vide knowledge of functions of a manager and 
to supply an introduction to the principles he 
uses in making decisions and in adjusting to 
changing conditions In the agricultural environ* 
ment. Curricurar classes include Dairy Science, 
Plant Science, Nursery, Greenhouse Manage- 
ment, Livestock Diseases and Parasites, and 
Tobacco Technology. The agricultural instruc- 
tor is Charles Boles. 





BIOLOGY 

An introduction to the fundamental 
concept of biology, a study of organ- 
isms, a study of population, a study of 
microbiology, and a study of the body 
organization and how it functions are 
taught in the biology curriculum. 
Classes Include General Biology, Mi- 
crobiology, Anatomy and Physiology. 
The instructors for the curriculum are 
Tamara Carter, William Stroupe, Dr. Ed- 
win Wiles, Kenneth Kailam, and 
Charles Madison. 



BUSINESS 



A survey of the business world (with attention devoted to the struc- 
tures of various types of business organizations, methods of financ- 
ing, internal organizations, and managements) is taught in the busi- 
ness curriculum. Emphasis is also placed on developing speed and 
accuracy. Curricular classes include Keyboarding, Business Math, 
Business Law, Accounting, Retail Applications, Legal Terminology, 
and Office Technology. 







CABINETMAKING AND 
CARPENTRY 

The cabinetmaking and carpentry curriculum acquaint stu- 
dents with vocational skills. Students study all aspects of resi- 
dentiai structures, including materials, tools, framing, finish- 
ing, and roofing construction. The program also offers on-the- 
job training. Larry Scott is the instructor. 





CHEMISTRY 

The chemistry curriculum provides knowledge of basic 
terminology, physical states, fundamental concepts for 
atoms and molecules, nomenclature and stoichiometry. 
Students practice skills in classes such as General Chem- 
istry, Qualitative Analysis, and Organic Chemistry. The 
chemistry instructor Is Edwin Wiles. 





COMPUTER SCIENCE 

Computer science and electronic data processing provide op- 
portunities for students to familiarize themselves with an Intro- 
duction to Computer Science, Computer Science Program- 
ming, PASCAL, FORTRAN, COBOL I & It, Computer Science 
Systems Analysis, Computerized Accounting, and Data Pro- 
cessing Applications. The computer science instructors are 
George Atkins, Michael Boing, Jodi Crawford, Jerry Eller, 
Dianne Johnson, Joe Reid, Carol Norman, Sheila Norman, Ron- 
nie Snow, and Charles Strickland, 



COSMETOLOGY 

Held at the Northwestern Beauty School in ML 
Airy, cosmetology classes are designed to in- 
struct students on hygiene, good grooming, vi- 
sual poise, personality development, draping, 
shampooing, manicuring, scalp, and hair. 




CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

One may acquire basic knowledge of interpersonal communi- 
cations, law, psychology, and sociology in the criminal justice 
curriculum. It is designed to consist of options in corrections 
and law enforcement services. Students may also decide to 
specialize in areas of confinement facility, administration, cor- 
rectional law, counseling, probation-parole services, and reha- 
bilitation. J.T. Hanson is the instructor. 





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DRAFTING 

The field of drafting is introduced as the student 
begins study of drawing principles and practices 
used in describing objects in graphic language. The 
curriculum offers classes in Technical Electronics 
Drafting, Architectural Drafting, Dimensioning and 
Tolerancing. 

ECONOMICS 

Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism emphasiz- 
ing American Capitalism are the core of the econom- 
ic curriculum. Students team the importance of 
costs, prices, resources management, money and 
banking. 



ELECTRONICS 

A study of alternating voltage and current magnetism, electromag- 
netic introduction, Lenz Law, Faraday's Law, AC component, and 
circuit analysis are a big part of the electronic curriculum. Courses 
are designed to develop competent technicians to work as engi- 
neering assistants or as liasons between engineers and craftper- 
sons. 








HINTS ON PRONUNCIATION FOR FOREIGNERS 

T.S.W. 

I take it you already know 

Ol tough and bough and cough and dough? 

Others may stumble but not you, 

on hiccough, thorough, laugh and through. 

Well done! And now you wish, perhaps, 

to learn of less familiar traps? 

Beware of heard, a dreadful word 

that looks like beard and sounds like bird. 

And dead: it's said like bed. not bead 

For goodness 1 sake don't call it deed! 

Watch out for meat and great and threat 

'"They rhyme with suite and straigtht and debt.) 

A moth is not a moth in mother 

Nor both in bother, broth in brother, 

And here is not a match for there, 

Nor dear and fear nor bear and pear. 

And then there's dose and rose and lose — 

Just look it up — and goose and choose, 

and cork and work and card and ward, 

And font and front and word and sword. 

And do and go and thwart and cart — 

A dreadful language? Man alive! 

I'd mastered it when I was five. 



ENGINEERING 

Basic descriptive geometry, systematic solu- 
tions, and analysis of the relationships of 
points, tines, and plains in space, develop- 
ments and intersections are theories reviewed 
in the engineering curriculum. One such course 
is Graphics for Engineers which specifies the 
instruction in the use of drafting instruments, 
freehand drawing, art<S lettering. 




ENGLISH 



Enrichment of grammar, punctuation, and sen- 
tence and paragraph building are the skills pro- 
vided by the English curriculum. Classes in the 
curriculum include levels of grammar in English 
101, 102, and 103, Journalism, Report Writing, 
Survey of American and Western World Litera- 
ture, Children's Literature, and Communication 
Skills. English instructors include Diana Calaway, 
Minnie Hyler, Pam Ring, Chris Yopp, John Van- 
Horn, Dr. Norwood Selby, Margaret Shepherd, 
and Dr. Thurman Hollar. 



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FRENCH 



A modern approach to language, people, 
and the country of France are introduced 
in the French curriculum. Students use vo- 
cabulary studies to become familiar with 
the language. The French instructor is 
Sharon Gates. 



HISTORY 



The sequence course In Western Civilizations, beginning 
with History 101, is a study of the western society from 8000 
B.C. to the present. Topics include the classical Greek and 
Roman worlds, the Reformation, the emergency of the mod- 
ern national state, the rise of commercial capitalism, the 
Industrial Revolution, the French Revolution, liberalism, na- 
tionalism, the alliance system, imperalism, World War I and 
its aftermath, and the ideologies of the twentieth century. 






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MATH 



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The mathematics curriculum offers a variety of 
courses which aid students in developing math- 
ematical and analytical skills. These are Remedial 
and College Mathematics, Algebra, Trigonom- 
etry, Geometry, Calculus, Technical Math, Crimi- 
nal Justice Math, Digital Computer Math, Electri- 
cal Math, and Building Trades Math. 




MECHANICS/ 
MACHINE SHOP 

The SCC Automotive curriculum offers various courses in- 
volving auto-mechanical subjects. Some of these include 
Automotive Electronic/Electrical Systems; Front Suspen- 
sion, Alignment and Power Steering; Diesel Engines; Auto- 
motive Body Repair; Braking Systems; Small Engine Repair; 
Metal Finishing and Painting; and Auto Accessories. Instruc- 
tors for these courses are Denny Haynes, Steve Shephard, 
Angus Tucker, and William Reynolds. 





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MUSIC 

This course curriculum, taught 
by Benny Younger, Includes an 
Introduction to Music, the His- 
tory of Music, Chorus, Piano, 
and Guitar. An Important em- 
phasis is placed on scates, Key 
signature, chords, and writing 
music. 




NURSING 

The concept of proper health care 
is provided in the nursing curricu- 
lum. Students learn to administer 
medications, communicate with 
doctors and patients, and to work 
in the surroundings of mental 
health, childcare, elderly (Such as 
rest homes}, and maternity care. 
Students also particpate in clini- 
cal rotations to obtain hands-on- 
knowledge and experience. In- 
structors include Beverly Essick, 
Francis Bryant, Marguerite Bur- 
cham, Sharon Kallam, and Kathy 
Woodruff. 






PHILOSOPHY 

This course involves a study of problems dealing with freedom 
of will, perception of evil, right and wrong, and what these 
topics mean to man in his everyday life. 






PHYSICAL FITNESS 

Physical fitness is taught through the teaching of 
fundamentals, techniques, and rules of play which 
are taught in the physical education curriculum. 
Classes vary in length and capacity and include bas- 
ketball, volleyball, tennis, table tennis, and aero- 
bics. 

PHYSICS 

This curriculum is application-oriented for techni- 
cians. It involves the properties of matter and heat, 
electricity, light and sound, and applied science. 



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PLUMBING 



The Plumbing Fundamentals course is a study of plumbing tools, 
piping materials and fittings, plumbing system designs, pipe and 
fitting installation, fixtures, and water supply systems. This field 
helps students to become tradesmen, foremen, or general super- 
visors. 




POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 

This course concerns the national gov- 
ernment, its organization, function, 
power, and civil rights. It is also a 
course in helping students acquire 
skills which will allow them to effective- 
ly assume positions of leadership with 
occupational, social, cultural, and po- 
litical organizations. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

This is a course in studying and learning the purpose of practical 
skills that can be used In a classroom. An Introduction of psychol- 
ogy (including prenatal and postnatal care, personality, self-actu- 
alization, and studying ego and personalities) is all-important to 
this class. 







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READING 




The reading course at SCC is designed to aid students in improv- 
ing their basic skills in vocabulary comprehension and reading 
rate. The program meets three important criteria: the materials 
and programs are easy to use, it is fun for the teacher and the 
students, and it has been proven very effective. 




RELIGION 

This is a course which includes 
both the Old and New Testa- 
ment teachings. It is designed 
to introduce students to the 
history, setting, purpose, and 
major ideas of this literature* A 
comparative study of the major 
religions of the world, both an- 
cient and modern, are also in- 
cluded in the religion curricu- 
lum. 



SAFETY 

AND FIRST 

AID 

This course consists of princi- 
ples and practices that can be 
applied to emergency first aid; 
studies of safety procedures 
and techniques are related to 
vocational training. 





SPANISH 



This course is an introduction to the Spanish language with a 
modern audio-lingual approach. Emphasis on listening and 
speaking comes first, followed by reading and writing. 




SOCIOLOGY 

This course is a study of so- 
ciety and culture and how 
we become human beings. 
The Importance of problems 
in class, racial, ethnic 
groups, and women are em- 
phasized. The problems of 
social change, population 
problems, urbanization, and 
collective behavior are dis- 
cussed also. 




SPEECH 

This course involves the study 
and application of the funda- 
mentals of public speaking. 
Consideration of speech In- 
volved with oral presentation in 
Improving voice and confi- 
dence. 





WELDING 



This course gives students an understanding of the prin- 
ciples, methods, techniques, and skills for successful em- 
ployment In welding and metal industry. 




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Surry Community College is committed to the continuing 
education of the adult citizens of its area of service. To 
fulfill this commitment, the college offers a variety of 
courses, conferences, workshops, and exhibits designed 
to meet the adult educational needs. 

Through the Continuing Education Division, students find 
opportunities to re-train and update themselves in em- 
ployment, to expand knowledge in general education, 
and to develop creativity in the fine arts. 

Other courses are provided in extension centers in the 
various communities of Yadkin and Surry Counties. New 
classes may be formed whenever a sufficient number of 
persons show interest in a particular area of study. 

In extenuating circumstances, and upon approval by pub- 
lic school officials, persons under the age of eighteen 
may be admitted. North Carolina adults age 65 and older 
may register for classes in the Continuing Education Divi- 
sion free of charge. 




CONTINUING 



COSMETOLOGY 



DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLINIC 




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Continuing Education programs are offered in the 

following areas of study: 

Family Life 

Personal Care 

Photography 

Academic Extension 

Library Administration 

Nurse Improvement 

Knitting and/or Sewing 

Arts and or Crafts 

Adult High School & Basic Education 

Business and Industrial Programs 

Professional In-Service Programs 

Vocational In-Service Education 

Human Resources Development 

Firemanship Education 

Furniture Refinishing 

Law Enforcement 

Teacher Renewal 

Creative Arts 

Income Taxes 

Real Estate 



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ART 



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DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLINIC 



FLOWER ARRANGING 




FUNERAL DIRECTORS 



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EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRAINING 



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CHORUS 




Benny Younger, Sponsor 

The SCC Chorus is composed 
of Individuals of varying ages 
who enjoy singing and perform- 
ing throughout the year at var- 
ious churches, civic clubs, and 
organizations in the area. Day 
and night choral groups com- 
bine for Christmas and spring 
concerts; and members re* 
ceive transferable credit while 
developing their voices and 
musical talents. The Chorus 
serves as a primary source of 
public relations and recruit- 
ment for the college and com- 
munity. 



Bonny and some of hla students 




Performances at the Graca Moravian Church 



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Circle K'ere really become Involved with helping others. 



CIRCLE K 

Circle K is a service organization that helps the needy 
through involvement. The club has been on campus since 
1 967, its objective is to serve the campus and the commu- 
nity, to promote good fellowship and high leadership, to 
cooperate with the educational department chairman of 
which the club has an interest, and to have useful training 
in social graces and personality development. 




Of 1 1 cert (L-R): Sandra Llewellyn, Editor of International 
EXPO; Gerrle Moorefield, SCC Club President; Chris 
Fulk, Triad District Lieutenant Governor; Kim Thomas. 
Club Secretary; Van Tate, Club Secretary. Not pictured: 
Tlmmy Martin, Treasurer. 




Meeting to discuss this year's Circle K convention at 
Chapel Hill. 

The Circle K Club encouragee and promotes the fol- 
lowing ideas: to give primarily to human and spiritual 
lire, rather than to material values; and to encourage 
the use of the Golden Rule In life. 

Circle K Is a college organization that Is sponsored 
by Klwanlsls International. Membership In Circle K is 
worldwide. 



During the weekly meeting, the club guest was Governor of Carolina's 
district, Blaire TidwolL 



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JOURNALISM: YEARBOOK (LANCER) 





Editor Sandra Llewellyn: ''Work! Work! Work! It wilt bo finished 
soon." 




"Boy! Have those people changed En 20 years!" 




Mb. Pam Ring, Advisor 

Designing, preparing, and producing a yearbook is 
difficult. Few students are involved, but these few 
represent, depict, and illustrate college life well. 
Their efforts are appreciated. Thanks goes to all 
SCC personnel for their support and tolerance; a 
special thanks to Sharon Gates, Susan Pendergraft, 
Margaret Shepherd, Chris Yopp, and Nathan Wil- 
liams who have so graciously helped with typing, 
proofreading, and editing of the 1987 Lancer. 




Tho whole class become Involved. 




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& NEWSPAPER (SQUIRE'S VOICE) STAFF 




Thfs newspaper will be put on time. 



"Will this paper ever be finished?" 
asks Melissa. 




There Is always time for a photograph 



Linda is busy work frig on the computer. 




Everyone Is busy doing her job. 




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Advisor & instructor, Bill McCachren 



Who le he kidding? JT Is equal to B, not M! 



MATH CLUB 

Mu Alpha Theta: The purpose of the Math 
Club is to gain a better understanding of 
mathematics and to acquaint other peo- 
ple with the necessity and benefits of 
studying mathematics. 





Officers [L-R): Judy Marshall, Greg Howard. Preston Smith. Darrell Casetovons. 




Students perform at the Foreign Language Festival. 



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Advisor A Instructor j\T. Hanson 



LEO Officers at Dec. 13 Christmas Party: 
V. Tata, D. Johnson. J, Huff. V. Hunt, 




LAW ENFORCEMENT 

All of the members of LEO (Lambda EpsJton Ome- 
ga) are members of the N*C. Association of Crimi- 
nal Justice Educators. The primary objectives of 
the professionalism of personnel in Criminal Jus- 
tice agencies is to attract high quality pre-service 
students into the field of Criminal Justice, and to 
stimulate academic achievement among Criminal 
Justice Agencies. 



LAW ENFORCEMENT ORGANIZATION MEMBERS 



FRENCH AND 
SPANISH 

"Bonjour, mes amis! Le francos est pour tous!" 
The French Club is designed for all those who are 
already taking French, or are Interested in taking 
French, and want to participate in a foreign ad- 
venture! 



"Hola! El espariol is a versatile, exciting foreign 
language. The Spanish Club is designed for all of 
those who are taking Spanish as a second lan- 
guage. These two clubs interact throughout the 
year in various activities and events, such as the 
Foreign Language Festival and the annual Christ- 
mas party. 



Mrs. Gates helps students with their Spanish assignments. 




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PHI BETA LAMBDA 




Advisors John Wood and Sherman 
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The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda Is to educate students in 
the expectations of the business world. This is accom- 
plished through leadership conferences, which are spon- 
sored by the National PBL. The specific goafs of P6L are to 
develop competent, aggressive business leadership, and to 
strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and 
their work. 



PBL officers: Sack row: Gray Fry*, vice-president; Adella Smltb- 
ormon, vice-president; Ellen Sittings, secretary; Teresa Edwards, 
president; Front row: Ragtna Williams, treasurer; Liz Freeman, 
parliamentarian. 




PBL Club members 




PBL students help with the SCC Sioodmobllo, 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 







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SGA members enjoy the Christmas Dance. 



Advisor Or. Sherry Madison 




The Student Government Association (SGA) is 
an organization which helps in the establish- 
ment of rules and regulations on campus. 
Training for members will help them in any field 
they chose. They learn a variety of responsibil- 
ities from leadership to getting along with oth- 
ers. SGA generally sponsors the annual Christ- 
mas Dance and Student Appreciation Day; the 
latter is held in late May. 



Officers: Nancy Slate, Jerry Tultle, Malanio Marion. Karen Speaks. 



Mr. Layell dances (he night away. 




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WHO'S WHO 



Each year several students are se- 
lected by a committee of faculty and 
staff to be honored by inclusion in 
Who's Who Among Students In 
American Junior Colleges. Criteria 
for selection to this national publica- 
tion includes academic achieve- 
ment, community leadership, and 
extracurricular involvement. 



Loft to Right: Ffrat row: Kim Lynette Gough, Elizabeth Chappell 
Freeman. Second row: Ted Columbus Williams, W. Kay Cocker- 
hair, Michelle Lynn Davit, David Ray Prultt 




Annie Maria Woodruff and Karen Speaks Berry James Halms 



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Linda Leftwlch 



Terri J. Dlmmette 



Rufua Gary Frye 



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Larry 0. Quesenberry Jams* Wayne Moor* 



Jerry TuUlu and Lynn Butner 



Scottle 8, Wilson 




Christopher Eric Fulk Gerrle Moor e Held 



R.O. Casstevena, T.m, Easter, v.j. McMil- 
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Alice C. Vonable 




Reglrta Ball. Francos Howell. Pat Beck Michael Vernon Ayera Jerry Dele Laweon 



Jerry Wayne Sawyers 



Not pictured ere Joan Whllaker Atkins, Shirley Holloway Blnkley, Wendy Eugenia Bristol, John Lee Dearmln, Teresa Carol Edwards, 
John Robert Kuhl, Donna Sue L an n Ingham. Steve Grayson Leftwtch, Julie Anne McHona, April Diane Mecy, Emily Renae Overby, Gall 
Bryson Pell, Sheila Botto Polndexter, and Timothy Leroy Snow. 



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SPOR TS 




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Michael Jordan: Beware! 



That'* not our goal! 



INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 



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Is tho calling falling? 




OK guys; gull trying to sink a basket wtlh the volleyball. 




All the guya want to "spike" the ball! 




I ahould've been In the NBA. 




We're definitely prepared. 




Incredible amount of skill required here. 



INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL 



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SOFTBALL AND TENNIS: INTRAMURALS 




Trac«y Is ready for a homeiun! 




Tannl* paraphernalia 





'This Is murder on my back!' 



"Bjorn Borg you're noli' 




"Oops, t missed!" 



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of the best former SCC golfers. 




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"Good grief; just serve the ball!" 




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practice in the gym. 




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Varsity golf team (L-R): Phillip SteagaEI, Gray Bruner, Patrick Spence. and 
Ken Joyce. Not pictured: Chad Grace, Johnny Hall, Chris Childress. Allen 
Peace, and Bruce Thacker. 



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Beech Boys perform at SCC. 





"Donns, What'8 the answer to #1?' 




BUS 2SO: Television Communications 



SCC's onty on-campus dormitory students. 




Surry Community College'* youngest student. 



"I knew these shoes were tight, but this Is ridicu- 
lous." 



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p,e, is my favorite class. These guys have such cute teg*!" 



In what kind of trouble have you found 
yourself this time, Mr. Yapp? 




The Arnold Schwa rze nagger's of tomorrow- 



WHEM HOAH SAILED THE WATERS BLUfci 

HE HAD HIS TROUBLES THE SAME AS YOU 

FOR 40 YEARS HE SAILED HIS ARK 

BEFORE HE FOUND A PLACE ID PARK 



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"Well, of course we can fix It." 




Parking problems? 



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STUDENTS: HARD AT WORK 



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Jennifer finally linds a patient. 




ShhJ Research In progress. 



The naws always comes before English, 



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Wall, II wasn't that funny. 



Tho and Is near. 



. . . AND PLAYING ROUGH 





Surry Community's version of A Chorus Line, 



Look out, Tom Cruise! Hera I com*. 



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PERHAPS, SOMEWHERE, 
THE PAST AND PRESENT MEET 



















The past is only the present become invisible and 
mute, its memoried glances and its murmurs are infi- 
nitely precious. We are tomorrows past 

—Mary Webb (1924) 




The only use of a knowledge of the past is to equip 
us for the present. No more deadly harm can be 
done to young minds than by depreciation of the 
present The present contains all there is. It Is holy 
ground; for it is the past, and it is the future. 

—Alfred North Whitehead (1929) 

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YET, THAT WAS THEN; 
THIS IS NOW.